Weekly Lifestream for January 14th
Published Weekly Lifestream for January 7th.
Just got my new Garmin eTrex Legend HCx GPS … feel like a kid at Christmas [ericblue]
Awesome, ‘hacked’ MapSource to work under Linux (Ubuntu) using wine and data transfer works. No need for Windows. [ericblue]
I’m personally enjoying doing absolutely nothing this week [ericblue]
Spending a disproportionate amount of time applying the straightening effect to my photos from my last wine tasting tour in Solvang 🙂 [ericblue]
Amazing process of putting all my trips in my Travel journal. I recall virtually 100% of my trips/travels in the last 10 years. [ericblue]
Listened to caritas – Lesiëm.
Listened to Ramzi – Morfix.
Looking into ways to load open source/free map data onto my Garmin. Man, that map data is expensive. [ericblue]
Shared CloudMade Downloads.
Tedious but eventually useful task of digiting photos from 1995-2000. Amazing how much we take digital cameras for granted these days. [ericblue]
… make that digitizing [ericblue]
And, just finished watch the documentary The Cove. I would highly recommend it. Somewhat hard to watch, but amazing cause to save dolphins [ericblue]
At Noah’s bagels then spending the day hiking [ericblue]
Pictures of our hike today at Westridge Canyon http://eric-blue.com/pictures/westridge_canyon_011010/ [ericblue]
Google ‘starts war’ with China http://www.techcrunch.com/2010/01/12/google-china-attacks/ [ericblue]
It’s amazing how quickly work can make that vacation a seemingly distant memory [ericblue]
Beautiful… Taco Bell is now following me. No Yo Quiero Taco Bell! [ericblue]
Shared Try Android 2.1 on Windows.
On a related note… [ericblue]
When people are driven, it makes you wonder who’s driving. [ericblue]
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